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graciesmammy Tue 23-Jun-20 10:52:41

Hi ,

We've just started trying for baby number 2 and I started taking pregnacare conception. My period is normally like clock work every month and always lasts 5 days this month my period has only lasted 2-3 days I'm just wondering if anybody else has experience this? I know it contains no hormones that should throw your period off but I've read in other forums it has actually affected woman's periods??

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Confused1010 Tue 23-Jun-20 11:27:25

I started taking it this month and my period was 2 weeks late! I can’t think of anything else that it could have been so I’m going to look into a different supplement!

graciesmammy Tue 23-Jun-20 11:30:03

So strange..... think I'm going to just stick to folic acid from now on! I've read so many things saying it can affect periods.

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Semele5069 Tue 23-Jun-20 15:15:34

I tried it for a while and it made my cycle 5 days shorter and I ovulated earlier! Then had a period that went on for 10 days instead of my usual 5!

Daffodil21 Tue 23-Jun-20 15:28:07

@Semele5069 what happened when you stopped taking it? I was taking it for about a year then stopped about 2 weeks before my last period was due. My period then came 5 days earlier than expected, but now I'm on on CD21 with no smiley face on OPK. It's not unusual for my cycle to vary but I haven't had it this long for a fair few months. I'm just wondering if stopping taking it has effected this cycle..?

Daffodil21 Tue 23-Jun-20 15:29:47

Sorry to jump on your post OP (can't tag you for some reason).

Just to let you know, I've been referred to a fertility specialist, and the only things he recommends taking is folic acid and vitamin D3

Semele5069 Tue 23-Jun-20 17:38:24

@Daffodil21 I've only just stopped it and changed to the Seven Seas Trying for a Baby this month. I wasn't on the Pregnacare long, just 6 weeks, but my full cycle in that time was so different to normal it had to be them. They were the only thing that was different and I'm usually very regular.

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